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frankj1 Offline
#1 Posted:
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El Dorado 12 Year Old from Guyana

straight, sweet, delicious.

OK Conan?
Palama Offline
#2 Posted:
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Ha-ha! More than okay Frank! ThumpUp
frankj1 Offline
#3 Posted:
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gonna enjoy it with a Boli PC Feb. 13 cuz it is finally warm outside!
Palama Offline
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Gonna look for some Hawaiian rum now.
frankj1 Offline
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needed just a slug more so had Centenario Anejo Especial. Much dryer and very good for short money. Costa Rica.

looks like I may have to have all one million myself!
teedubbya Offline
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Funny. Just had a barrilito 3 star.
crgcpro Offline
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#4 Varadero Cuban 7 Year
frankj1 Offline
#8 Posted:
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Angostura 7 year-Trinidad
Palama Offline
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frankj1 wrote:
Angostura 7 year-Trinidad


Dayum rummy!
Ilovetosmoke68 Offline
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Zaya 12 Year
gae9jang2j Offline
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dayam you guys! dont get me started on another liquor thread...

aigoo.

actually, rum is not for me tho. whew. have fun
frankj1 Offline
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gae9jang2j wrote:
dayam you guys! dont get me started on another liquor thread...

aigoo.

actually, rum is not for me tho. whew. have fun

as a guy here named John likes to say..."you know you want to".
tyyler82 Offline
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Had some balcones rum last night.

frankj1 Offline
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tyyler82 wrote:
Had some balcones rum last night.


really?
tyyler82 Offline
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Yessir. You will get some to try soon enough, buddy.

Beer
frankj1 Offline
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Texas Rum! Truly we live in the best of all possible worlds.
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tyyler82 wrote:
Yessir. You will get some to try soon enough, buddy.

Beer



John, If you cant get one to him I still have 2 bottles of the stuff. I'm sure we could work something out.


http://www.proof66.com/rum/balcones-overproof-texas-rum.html
teedubbya Offline
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I just drank a barrilito 3 star earlier.
gae9jang2j Offline
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appleton estate reserve
xibbumbero Offline
#20 Posted:
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Gosling's Old Family Reserve Rum. X
crgcpro Offline
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Varadero 7 Year
gae9jang2j Offline
#22 Posted:
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bacardi mojito.

kraken mojito

dont judge me i had these left over and decided to make mojitos so i could get rid of the bottles.

bluwater (jeff's recipe)

hapened at the FnH, but drinking mojitos is a creeper for me. simple syrup (sweet) makes it hard to guage how drunk i am.

im done son
frankj1 Offline
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Pyrat XO Reserve
not my favorite sipper but OK. I always taste licorice in the finish but I might be the only one.
xibbumbero Offline
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Gosling's Old Family Reserve rum. X
frankj1 Offline
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Pampero Anniversario...excellent sipping rum. $30 around Boston, found it for $19 in a New Hampshire State Liquor store.
frankj1 Offline
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frankj1 wrote:
Pampero Anniversario...excellent sipping rum. $30 around Boston, found it for $19 in a New Hampshire State Liquor store.

same tonight.
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Pyrat XO Reserve
splash1363 Offline
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you LL SHOULD TRY bRUGAL EXTRA VIEJO
frankj1 Offline
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splash1363 wrote:
you LL SHOULD TRY bRUGAL EXTRA VIEJO

dry, sweet? do you drink it straight?
frankj1 Offline
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Plantation 5 year.
more good stuff cheap.
frankj1 Offline
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Balcones Special Release Texas Rum 117 proof gifted from Mikey...

outstanding! and unique.
HabanaHoe Offline
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I only drink one blend and that's Appleton Estate
frankj1 Offline
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Pampero Aniversario Reserva Exclusiva...Venezuelan and a personal favorite. After dinner with a Boli PC CC.
frankj1 Offline
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Ron Zacapa 23 Solera...neat!
pdxstogieman Offline
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frankj1 wrote:
same tonight.


Pampero is #2 on my list of favorites, just a notch below Ron Zacapa Solera 23.

Just tried Dos Maderas 5+3, Guyana Rum aged in Oak Casks for 5 years and then 3 more in Jerez Sherry casks. Pretty tasty and smooth. About $30 here in high liquor price Oregon. I'd buy it again. They have some older reserve rums in this brand, probably worth a try as well.
frankj1 Offline
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pdxstogieman wrote:
Pampero is #2 on my list of favorites, just a notch below Ron Zacapa Solera 23.

Just tried Dos Maderas 5+3, Guyana Rum aged in Oak Casks for 5 years and then 3 more in Jerez Sherry casks. Pretty tasty and smooth. About $30 here in high liquor price Oregon. I'd buy it again. They have some older reserve rums in this brand, probably worth a try as well.

I am on it, thanks.
what did ya smoke with it?


how you been?
pdxstogieman Offline
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frankj1 wrote:
I am on it, thanks.
what did ya smoke with it?


how you been?


I had Flor de las Antilles Toro with it. That was a tasty pairing.

I've been up to my nether orifice in alligators with work the last year and traveling to kick some wayward sub-contractor's butts that richly deserve it to try and get them to actually build product to our specifications, which is a constant battle given that my brethren in the procurement function have driven them to rock bottom pricing.
But I'm still on the right side of the turf, living indoors and eating regular meals. So what's not to like. Thanks for asking. How did that vacation on the Cape go?
frankj1 Offline
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the Cape went very well, thanks. It hit me when we got home that it was the first time in maybe 10 years or so that my entire family slept in the same house together (plus SIL, son's girlfriend, other daughter's friend/not romantic!, and the star of the show, granddaughter Evy). It was a great week in a great part of the Cape, Orleans.

and I made a bottle of Pampero Anniversario disappear.
js of indy Offline
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Bacardi black, however they don't sell it in the us. got friends who bring it back from canada
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Haven't had any in a while, but I like Pusser's Rum.
frankj1 Offline
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Centenario Anejo Especial (Costa Rica)
very nice and very cheap. Not in the sweeter style of a Zacapa 23 or Zaya. But a nice, lightly sweet, long finish. Should be excellent with tonight's cigar...
MACS Offline
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frankj1 wrote:
Centenario Anejo Especial (Costa Rica)
very nice and very cheap. Not in the sweeter style of a Zacapa 23 or Zaya. But a nice, lightly sweet, long finish. Should be excellent with tonight's cigar...


I used to love Ron Zacapa 23. Then it became too sweet for me. I dunno why... just did.
wheelrite Offline
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The only Rum I like, actually love, no adore,,
Havana Club 7yr,,

wheel,
MACS Offline
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^The Barrel Proof is even better.
wheelrite Offline
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MACS wrote:
^The Barrel Proof is even better.


it is ,,,
but pricey,,,


wheel,,
frankj1 Offline
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MACS wrote:
I used to love Ron Zacapa 23. Then it became too sweet for me. I dunno why... just did.

I understand.
MACS Offline
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frankj1 wrote:
I understand.


If that's a zinger, you're gonna have to extrapolate. I've had a few beers.
frankj1 Offline
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MACS wrote:
If that's a zinger, you're gonna have to extrapolate. I've had a few beers.

ha! no, I really understand. Z 23 used to seem unbeatable to me but now my tastes have changed and it is sometimes just too sweet for the situation.
I still love it, but it can overpower some cigars.

You are funny when you are drinking
wheelrite Offline
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MACS wrote:
I used to love Ron Jeremy,,, I dunno why... just did.



oh my,,

wheel,
frankj1 Offline
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MACS wrote:
I used to love Ron Jeremy,,, I dunno why... just did.



oh my,,

wheel,

oddly enough, Ron Jeremy has a line of rum out.
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